There are five in Alabama. There are three in South Carolina. There is one in Mississippi. The number of abortion clinics, especially in the South, is dwindling. Clinics are quickly being shut down as new legislation that targets these facilities continues to pass.
I am a pro-choice clinic escort at the last remaining abortion clinic in the city of Toledo, the fourth most populous city in Ohio.
I kept thinking about the women coming for their appointments and how terrified they must have been to have so many accusing them and condemning them. I let them know: You are not wrong. This is okay. You have this right.
While Operation Save America is in Montgomery, Alabama, demonstrating against the only clinic left in the city, you are probably wondering what you can do to help make sure this clinic can continue operating. Here’s two easy ways to give!
Just as my understanding of reproductive justice has transformed through clinic defense, my relationship to feminism has evolved.
The people of New Orleans are pro-choice and stand by reproductive justice, and they stand by their doctor.
While I want to get out my party hat and decorate the office with streamers on this glorious day of celebration, I think it is important to talk about something that has largely gotten swept under the rug, remaining unknown to the majority of people: comprehensive reproductive health care clinics are under attack.
Tens of thousands of women have personally shared this dream with me, and I thank you for helping me to help them.
The first time I stood outside of an abortion clinic was in the summer of 2010. Activists like me were spending the week defending a clinic in Charlotte, North Carolina, that had been targeted for a national event by a rowdy anti-choice group called Operation Save America (OSA). The first time I saw these protestors […]
There are so many New Year’s resolutions going around, many of which will fall off in a couple of months. Want a solid resolution idea? Pledge to adopt your local abortion clinic today! Part of Feminist Majority Foundation’s National Clinic Access Project, our Adopt A Clinic campaign is a great activist tool for student groups […]